|Originally posted by trancaholic |
I'm wondering why you're so fond of beers on tap? In Denmark I usually go for the tap beers as they're much bigger than bottled ones, but I'm always aware that I'm trusting the bar to keep their pipes clean, and not leave opened kegs on the system for too long. Furthermore, I once ordered a beer, and the bartender offered me one they had "just poured". I declined, and when some other guy entered the bar about an hour later, he was offered the same beer with the same description. That wouldn't happen with bottles where you see the bartender open it in front of you.
Well beers on tap are usually 16 ounces. Beer bottles are usually 12 ... you can't beat the math . As such, unless the only thing on tap are shitty american light beers bud/miller/coors/etc., I'll usually take something on tap.
"Pribbs Blaa", if I remember correctly. Denmark was represented by two different Carlsbergs and a Tuborg, so I think that Denmark definitely would win that battle.
My friend in Pittsburgh told me that he was at two bars in Toronto, where they had listed Carlsberg as a domestic beer. At one of the places, the bartender even started an argument with my (danish) friend, insisting that Carlsberg was a Canadian beer.
Yea when I went to toronto I saw the exact same thing. I always thought that Carlsberg was canadian since. I think the canucks are trying to abscond with a good danish beer!